Just read your blog on paid newsletters, and thought you might be interested in seeing mine. It is in Swedish and has been going for about 9 years. Not a huge number of subscribers, but very faithful. As soon as I mention that I might stop doing this, the readers come with nice, cheering e-mails, and I go on for another year. I used to do 10 issues/ year, but have now cut down to 6, which still keeps me busy ( I do a lot other things too).
Cover picture of SAG 4/09 showing a group of lumbermen
All the best for the New Year to you and your husband!
Swedish Genealogist and Writer
Editor of "Swedish American Genealogist"
It is always a pleasure to spotlight your work. Every year, I hear from my DearREADERS who have had the opportunity to attend your annual SAG Workshops in Salt Lake City at the Family History Library. That is quite a trip for you to come all the way from Sweden. However, your experience and insight are invaluable to researchers with Swedish roots.
I can only imagine how much time you spend on each issue of your SAG newsletter. I just revamped my 2011 January Organization Checklist. It took me 4 hours for 15 pages, though most of the text merely had to be updated.
There are so many exciting things happening in the world of genealogy. I appreciate your keeping us up to date on Swedish research.
Happy family tree climbing!
Your friend in genealogy.